As 2020 has come to an end and 2021 has begun, it is time to review the most prevalent End of Life software versions coming up.
To see where we left off, check out our previous EOL blog too.
In light of the new and constant security breaches it is important to maintain and keep the most up-to-date software and versions available so that your network and devices are secure and supported. It also helps you to plan your budget for the new year for any required updates you need to implement.
The most recent Windows Active Directory update, stops Windows 7 machines from communicating with Active Directory. So, it may be time to prioritize updating your End of Life systems.
If you need assistance with an audit to review what is coming to end of life on your network, contact our team today for help.
If you know what you need for 2021 and want to plan for us to help implement the changes with you, we can do that too.
|PRODUCT||DATE SUPPORT ENDS|
|Windows 7||January 2020|
|Server 2008 / 2008 R2||January 2020|
|Internet Explorer 10||January 2020|
|Internet Explorer 11||November 2020|
|Microsoft Edge Legacy||March 2021|
|Hyper-V Server 2008/2008 R2||January 2020|
|Share Point 2010||October 2020|
|Office 2010||October 2020|
|Lync Server 2010||April, 2021|
|SharePoint Server 2010||April 2021|
|Project Server 2010||April 2021|
|Windows 10, version 1809 & 1909||May 2021|
|Skype for Business Online||July 2021|
|SQL Server 2012||July 2022|